Asianovela Channel is bringing the Asian drama experience on a new level for TVplus users as it launches this month eight uncut popular shows from South Korea, China, and Taiwan.
Headlining the offerings for this month is China’s A Love So Beautiful starring Shen Yue, the actress who plays Shancai in the 2018 Meteor Garden remake.
In the coming-of-age series, Shen Yue breathes life into Chen Xiaoxi who has a huge crush on Jiang Chen (Hu Yitian), a popular classmate with an icy demeanor. Together, they go through growing pains with their other classmates and confront their blossoming feelings towards each other.
Another exciting show that is packed with kilig is South Korea’s I am not a Robot, which follows the story of a woman who finds herself in a love triangle after pretending to be a robot that can pass off as her spitting image.
Meanwhile, drama unfolds in the Taiwanese series My Dearest Intruder where two best friends fall madly in love with the same guy.
Other hit K-Drama titles that fans will definitely go crazy over are the melodrama High Society, the fantasy-thriller W, the period romance Hwarang, the Vampire medical drama Blood, and the family drama Mask.
To begin watching shows from Asianovela Channel, TVplus users need to press the scan button on their TVplus remote and browse the TV list to find the channel assignment. It is initially available in Metro Manila, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Metro Cebu, and Cagayan de Oro.
Since 2015, ABS-CBN TVplus has transformed the way Filipinos watch television as it delivers clear picture and crisp sound without any monthly and installation fee. As the pioneering digital terrestrial television (DTT) product in the Philippines, ABS-CBN TVplus also adds to the digital properties of ABS-CBN as the network transitions into an agile digital company.
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